How are judgments enforced?

Answer From divorce decrees to criminal trials, when the court rules on a given case, the resulting decision is a judgment. Most judgments are enforced by the criminal justice system--the exceptions are d... Read More »

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When is a POA enforced?

A POA, or power of attorney, comes into force when the person that is the subject of the power of attorney is incapable of handling her affairs. The person might be physically or mentally unable to... Read More »

Can a bid bond be enforced?

A bid bond is a promise that the person performing the work, known as the principal, will honor his bid amount and sign contracts if awarded the job. If the principal fails to honor the bid, the p... Read More »

Can a mpo be enforced off base?

Control movement along specific routes, maintain continuous monitoring of road movement, apprehend suspects, prevent smuggling of controlled items, prevent infiltration of unauthorized civilians or... Read More »

How to Get a Bench Warrant Enforced?

A bench warrant is a type of arrest warrant issued by a judge or magistrate. These warrants are issued when a person ignores or fails to comply with the orders of the court, typically by failing to... Read More »